RF electrical cable CT series

RF electrical cable
RF electrical cable
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flexible, semi-rigid


The HUBER+SUHNER CT product family is developed for phase critical applications requiring precision electrical length connectivity. Thus, it creates a stable and reliable interconnect solution to satisfy a huge range of customer applications where phase stability is key. These products provide the industry leading phase vs. temperature performance, as well as a unique range of cable constructions to fulfil any customer demands. Depending on the application, there is a broad variety of product lines available: •Sucoform CT - Hand formable, form stable cable with tin soaked braid outer conductor •EZ CT - Form stable cable with tubular, aluminum outer conductor •Minibend CT & MINI141 CT - Flexible cable assemblies Minibend style with bend-to-the-end connector termination •Multiflex CT - Flexible alternative to Semi-Rigid microwave cables Sucoform CT --------> Sucoform CT phase invariant cables are developed for static applications requiring space saving routing. Semi-rigid CT ---------> Semi-rigid CT phase invariant pre-formed assemblies are developed for static applications requiring space and time saving installations. Multiflex CT ---------> Multiflex CT phase invariant assemblies are developed for flexible applications requiring high flex life and maximum stability. Minibend CT ---------> Minibend CT cable assemblies use lightweight flexible cables. Ail utilize triple shields for superior RF shielding, with a foamed fluorine polymer dielectric increasing velocity and avoiding the PTFE knee for superior phase stability over température changes.


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